Why choose Mesh Watches?
The stainless steel watch case and strap came to steal the market dominance from the likes of the leather band and other reigning straps for a while.
At some point, though, it looked like everyone was just concerned about churning out metal watches back to back. Thus, the market was awash with the same kinds of watches – just different brand names and close design elements.
Manufacturers switched things up with different stainless-steel linkages, but that was not close to making a lasting difference.
Enter mesh watches, and the story changes.
This band material combines the premium feel of stainless steel on a breathable, visually-appealing design. We also love the fact that it looks beautiful with a color range of black, silver, gunmetal, gold, and rose gold/ pink.
When we say that this one makes a statement, we are not just talking about the fashion statement. We are talking about everything!
How to Pick the Best Stainless Steel Mesh Watches
Mesh band watches are great – but not all you encounter in this category will be good for you.
Don’t put your money on any mesh watch if it doesn’t satisfy the following characteristics.
Trusted brands have a name to protect, so you will always get your money’s worth.
A reputable brand also has social proof to back them up. Thus, you know just which one of their mesh watches to buy.
Not all stainless-steel materials are the same.
This is why you might think you are getting a deal on a mesh watch when, in fact, you are trading down.
A 304 steel mesh is of a lower grade and is not corrosion-resistant, among other things. That's not even close to the good stuff.
It is always recommended that you go for the 316L steel variant (which we use here at Nordgreen) for a promise of 100% quality, improved taste, and longevity.
Mesh watches do not come in one kind.
There are different ‘weaving’ patterns, so to speak, for the mesh design.
We have found that the more open mesh styles look less appealing and professional. When compared to the tightly-knit mesh styles, that is, like Milanese watch bands.
This is one section that will come down to personal taste and preferences. Always let the purpose of the watch itself lead the kind of mesh you are getting with it.
Always go for quality, but that does not mean you have to break the bank either.
You can get either good women's wristwatches with a mesh bracelet, or replacement mesh bracelets alone, without denting your pockets.
Look through our mesh band selection, all priced with affordability in mind.
The fact that the aesthetics come last here does not mean they are less important.
Always take the mesh watch’s size – or replacement band dimensions – into consideration before buying. We have developed